Definition of Sidestepper

1. [n -S]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Sidestepper

sideshow
sideshows
sideslip
sideslipped
sideslipping
sideslips
sidesman
sidesmen
sidespin
sidespins
sidesplitter
sidesplitting
sidesplittingly
sidestep
sidestepped
sidestepper (current term)
sidesteppers
sidestepping
sidesteps
sidestream
sidestreams
sidestroke
sidestrokes
sideswipe
sideswipe elbow fracture
sideswiped
sideswipes
sideswiping
sidetone
sidetones

Literary usage of Sidestepper

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Woodrow Wilson: His Career, His Statesmanship, and His Public Policies by Hester Eloise Hosford (1912)
"When mild methods did not produce the desired results, the Governor tried more effective means of discipline. When a sidestepper balked, ..."

2. Woodrow Wilson: His Career, His Statesmanship, and His Public Policies by Hester Eloise Hosford (1912)
"When a sidestepper balked, Dr. Wilson applied the remedy. If a man is big enough to find it there is always a remedy for every weakness, in any situation ..."

3. Woodrow Wilson and New Jersey Made Over by Hester Eloise Hosford (1912)
"When a sidestepper balked, Dr. Wilson applied the remedy. If a man is big enough to find it there is always a remedy for every weakness, in any situation ..."

4. Proceedings by American Political Science Association (1912)
"If he is what is popularly termed a "sidestepper," in trying to avoid unpleasant diplomatic issues with the local government and at the same time satisfy ..."

5. Woodrow Wilson: His Career, His Statesmanship, and His Public Policies by Hester Eloise Hosford (1912)
"When mild methods did not produce the desired results, the Governor tried more effective means of discipline. When a sidestepper balked, ..."

6. Woodrow Wilson: His Career, His Statesmanship, and His Public Policies by Hester Eloise Hosford (1912)
"When a sidestepper balked, Dr. Wilson applied the remedy. If a man is big enough to find it there is always a remedy for every weakness, in any situation ..."

7. Woodrow Wilson and New Jersey Made Over by Hester Eloise Hosford (1912)
"When a sidestepper balked, Dr. Wilson applied the remedy. If a man is big enough to find it there is always a remedy for every weakness, in any situation ..."

8. Proceedings by American Political Science Association (1912)
"If he is what is popularly termed a "sidestepper," in trying to avoid unpleasant diplomatic issues with the local government and at the same time satisfy ..."

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